With Stockholm Arlanda Airport less than 20 minutes away from Uppsala City, you’ll always be conveniently connected here. Explore our tips for making your move as smooth as possible. Check out our check list below, learn what documents, visas and permits you might need, how the Swedish tax system and social insurance works.
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“When we got to experience the tranquility and the beautiful environment in Uppsala, we were absolutely convinced that this was the place where we would live.” Antoine BoussaertMore voices from Uppsala
Did you know...
… the biggest social event in the Uppsala calendar is the spring festival Walpurgis – Valborg.
Upcoming events in Uppsala
Welcome to a Saturday full of art, brunch and party!
❥ Hang out at the bar, mingle, meet artists and see lots of original paintings, photo art and designs. All artworks are priced so you can easily see what fits your budget.
❥ DJ Athena Patras plays
❥ Enjoy Clarion Hotel's popular brunch
❥ As a visitor, you are competing for an Art print specially created for the event. Free entrance!
Organizer: Zeitgeist.art and Clarion Hotel Gillet
Ask the Hub
Note: Ask the Hub will be held on the first and third Wednesday of every month. Need some advice about moving to or living in Uppsala? With our "Ask the Hub" service you can book a 15-minute digital session the first Wednesday of every month to discuss your questions, get advice or just see a friendly face.
Location: central location confirmed upon registration
Are you an avid reader who enjoys meaningful dialogue and discovery?
Join us for this exciting new book club where we journey through the realms of knowledge and insight! Uppsala Circle is more than a book club; it's a forum for intellectual exploration and social interaction. It is tailored to people who are keen to deepen their understanding of the world around us: our direction, societal trends, the roots of human behavior, the principles governing nature, and our collective future.
We explore a wide range of influential works spanning the sciences and humanities. These books introduce concepts and ideas frequently encountered in news, television, or online. We trace them back to their origins and authors. Additionally, we delve into contemporary literature found in city bookshops, at the airports, or on recommended lists of major newspapers. Reading transforms us into more informed and well-rounded individuals.
The first reading has already been announced - register to find out more!
We hope to see you there!